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Is that a Collaro flight jacket? Looks great! I've been eyeing several of their jackets since they launched the outerwear selection online, but I'm waiting for the FW fabrics to drop.

Looks like the shoulder slope is a bit off, though.
Yep, that it is!

I have slightly forward shoulders which I think contributes to the rippling on the front panels. I've been chatting with Collaro about addressing it. I went with my standard size, but it also feels like the front panels are just a bit too big.
 

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I have slightly forward shoulders which I think contributes to the rippling on the front panels. I've been chatting with Collaro about addressing it. I went with my standard size, but it also feels like the front panels are just a bit too big.
That's interesting. I have slightly forward shoulders myself (one more so than the other), so now I'm a bit worried. The armholes aren't too small either? Am I right in assuming that's the honey brown denim? A heavier wool fabric should be a bit more forgiving, I would think.

Are the sleeves lined, btw?
 

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That's interesting. I have slightly forward shoulders myself (one more so than the other), so now I'm a bit worried. The armholes aren't too small either? Am I right in assuming that's the honey brown denim? A heavier wool fabric should be a bit more forgiving, I would think.

Are the sleeves lined, btw?
No, plenty of room in the arm hole. This is the honey denim, and it's still a tiny bit stiff. Looking forward to wearing it in. No lining anywhere on this jacket.
 

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Nice 86. Daily or weekend car?
It's relegated to weekends only, mostly to thrash at the track or occasional autocross. I don't enjoy it on the street that much anymore tbh... Loud exhaust, firm ride, race compound brakes that squeal something fierce. But on the track? Awesome.

Thanks!
 

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It's relegated to weekends only, mostly to thrash at the track or occasional autocross. I don't enjoy it on the street that much anymore tbh... Loud exhaust, firm ride, race compound brakes that squeal something fierce. But on the track? Awesome.

Thanks!
Had a feeling, considering the wheel/tire package + willow woods. I miss driving sports cars the way they’re intended. I sold one and am trying to sell the other; no use for them where I currently live. Enjoy your weekends and all the lovely sensations that car produces.
 

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Happy Sunday! Got a bit of dadcore going on for a family day out to Liberty Island. Not really classic enough for CM, but not really edgy/workwear enough for SWD. It was still a beautiful fall day in the city!
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For those that may be curious: yes, I was socially distanced (nearest stranger was about 100 ft away) and my mask is in my pocket (went right back on after the pic).

Cheers!
 

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